Workshops available for KS1 – KS4 working within the curriculum tailored to suit each school. These can been weekly, termly or a one-off session.
Build the workshops into current topics eg. Countries or World Foods. Healthy Eating, Nutrition or Eating on a Budget. Regular workshops give the children the opportunity to learn essential life skills, introduce new foods and nutrition knowledge.
If your school is lucky enough to have an allotment, what a great way to use the fresh ingredients that the children have grown, dug up and prepared into a delicious meal. Alternatively why not arrange a blackberry ramble to turn into pies?
We offer a 6 week programme that covers all basic skills rewarding the children with a certificate on completion.
All fresh ingredients and equipment provided. Workshops can take place in a hall or classroom.
Part of the Children’s University Programme where the students can gain points towards their ‘degree’.
Learning to cook and understanding food at such a young age is not only great fun but a life skill introducing children to experiment with textures and flavours. Never too young to be a budding chef or wanting to help out in the kitchen.
We offer 6 week programmes covering different skills and ingredients. Ideal for pre-schools, montessori’s, childminder groups, todder groups and children centres. The programme is designed for children age 2+ with an adult helper. Every child works individually using fresh ingredients. They take home their masterpiece together with a recipe sheet to make again at home.
I would love to say how much Cookies Cooking school have helped my daughter grown in confidence. Stating at around 5 years of age being quite shy & less confident - she is now not only very competent & confident in the kitchen, making pastry, cakes & savoury dishes. Once a particularly fussy eater she is now is definitely much more willing to try new foods & tastes which is fantastic. Thanks to Carole & her team who put so much enthusiasm into the enjoyment of cooking, which shows in the faces of the children when you collect them from class, who are thrilled with what they have cooked.
Kelly Attfield Mum of Grace (7)